HP DeskJet 1120C driver


T

Toby Turpin

The Windows XP printer driver does not support printing
on 11 x 17 inch paper.
Installed Windows 2000 printer driver which allows
printing on 11 x 17 inch paper.
So far so good!
When I power up the computer I get a Windows Help message
stating $(spool2driverspath)hpw5hei.hlp file could not be
found, would I like to search for it manually, yes or no.
I can find the help file ok I just want to get rid of the
Windows Help message so I don't have to answer NO every
time I boot up the computer.

Question: How do I get rid of the Windows Help message?

p.s. the Windows 2000 printer driver works just fine,
even though XP objects.
 
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Q

Quaoar

Toby said:
The Windows XP printer driver does not support printing
on 11 x 17 inch paper.
Installed Windows 2000 printer driver which allows
printing on 11 x 17 inch paper.
So far so good!
When I power up the computer I get a Windows Help message
stating $(spool2driverspath)hpw5hei.hlp file could not be
found, would I like to search for it manually, yes or no.
I can find the help file ok I just want to get rid of the
Windows Help message so I don't have to answer NO every
time I boot up the computer.

Question: How do I get rid of the Windows Help message?

p.s. the Windows 2000 printer driver works just fine,
even though XP objects.
Although I believe that the HP 1120C is an abomination as a printer,
having never had a large format print parallel to the paper, I do
appreciate your findings about the Win2000 driver. Thanks for the tip.

Q
 
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Hi everybody I'm a new member of this forum.
Printer driver HP1120c does NOT retain custom paper sizes settings under WIN XP so, the only way I found out to operate it is install windows 2000 on an old PC because my new one intel I3 and new periferals drivers are not recognized by win 2000. If someone can tell me how to overcome this will be REALLY welcome. thank you
 

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